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Brand new bikes are expensive little things, so buying one that’s only a year or two old means you can save heaps of money while still benefitting from the latest bike technology – sometimes at half the price. But splashing cash on something that’s been hammered along mountain trails means you gotta go armed with a bit of knowledge, otherwise you’re gonna get burned. In under 3 minutes former pro bike mechanic Dan Milner will give you all the pointers you need to know when checking out a used bike.

2015-08-03 buying bike

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